Adding trap notification for SNMP v1 and v2c

SNMP Agent User Guide for VSP E Series and VSP G130, G/F350, G/F370, G/F700, G/F900

Version
88-08-0x
88-07-0x
Audience
anonymous
Part Number
MK-97HM85027-07

Follow this procedure to add IP addresses and communities to trap notification for SNMP versions v1 and v2c.

  1. Display the Device Manager - Storage Navigator main window.
  2. From the Maintenance Utility menu, select Alert Notifications.
  3. In the Alert Notifications window, click Set Up.
  4. In the Set Up Alert Notifications window, select the SNMP tab.
  5. Under SNMP Agent, click Enable.
  6. Under SNMP Version, select v1 or v2c.
  7. Under Registered Sending Trap Settings, click Add.
  8. In the Add Sending Trap Setting window, under Community, complete one of the following:
    • If you select an existing community, uncheck the New checkbox, and then select from the list of existing community names.
    • If you add a new community, check the New check box, and then enter a community name.
    You can enter up to 180 letters, numbers, and symbols, except the following:
    " \ ; : , * ? < > | / ^ & % '

    Do not use a space at the beginning or end of the name.

  9. Under Send Trap To, complete the following:
    • To enter a new IP address, check the New check box. Select IPv4 or IPv6 for the version of the IP address, and then enter an IP address.
    • To use an existing IP address, uncheck the New check box. Select an existing IP address from the pull-down menu.

    • To add more IP addresses, click Add IP Address to add input fields.
    • To delete an IP address from Send Trap to, click the - button to delete the IP address.
    Note: Any IP address that has all values set to zero (0) cannot be specified for IPv4 and IPv6. The IPv6 address is specified by entering eight hexadecimal numbers that are separated by colons (:) using a maximum of 4 digits from zero (0) to FFFF, inclusive. The default form of the IPv6 address can be specified.
  10. Click OK.
    The IP address and community you entered are added to the Registered Sending Trap Settings table.
  11. Confirm the settings, and then click Apply.